Harriet Eleanor Hooper
WEBB.-May 27, at Ingleburn, Harriet Eleanor, beloved wife of Herbert Webb; stationmaster, Ingleburn, and eldest daughter of William Hooper, of West Lynne, Millthorpe.
Source: Australian Town and Country Journal 19 Jun 1897
445. William Shaftesbury Webb Arkins
Divorced from Jane 1937
446. James Guy Dalley Arkins
1915 - elected Labor member for Castlereagh. In 1916 joined National Party. 1920 - St George 1927 Rockdale. In 1935 appointed to Australian Senate as a member of the United Australia Party. Member for Dulwich 1838 to 1941.
464. Joseph Horace King
Lived at Kirrawee
164. Oscar Lambert Titterton
A TRAM GUARD INJURED.
Oscar Titterton, 28 a tram conductor, residing at Marion-street, Redfern, met with a serious accident at the intersection of Elizabeth and Liverpool streets last evening. The tram was turning round the curve when by some means he fell off. His head struck the roadway, and Titterton sustained a fracture of the skull. He was admitted to Sydney Hospital.
Source: The SMH 6 Oct 1904